With close to 600 commissions in his job book, Parducci’s work is still almost unknown. He came to Detroit in 1924 at the urging of Albert Kahn – one of Detroit’s most prolific architects – with the intent to only stay for two months. Fortunately for Detroit, he ended up staying for the rest of his life and left his fingerprints on countless commercial buildings, private homes, churches and schools.
Above:The big chief,native american carved in limestone,by Corrado Parducci, above the Griswold st. entrance of the Penobscot building -- Detroit, Michigan
Sunday 22nd April 2018 - 3:00 PM
Doors Open at: 2:00 PM
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General Admission Tickets - $10
Tour tickets - $25 1 General Admission ticket. This also includes a pre-show tour highlighting the unique architecture of the Masonic Temple created by Corrado Parducci